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hakan

#1

I have started playing as hakan for about 2 weeks now, there was all sorts of tips i wish i could of gotten from other hakan players. i had to look for replays or guides and im sure theres a lot more i could learn.

simple things like slide, wiff mp j.hk for a cross op, it seems like i should just do what some others do and use a lp and then try the cross over, because mp’s timing is way to strict.

I wiff HP for oil jump grab thingy lol should or could i use mp? or something else? maybe just eyeball it, and charge it assuming they won’t react in time.

i know baisics like to use hakans normals a lot, or learn how to fight without hakan being oiled.

anytips would be welcomed, also please excuse my pore grammar.

edit: i know that whiffing mp after body press is character specific, the people i saw whiffing lp would do it on someone that that requires a mp whiff, i actually just watched a video, and it turns out i think they move forward an inch and lp then jump, i guess i didnt know about that setup.


#2

They aren’t using LP because it’s easier, they are using it because that setup is character specific.

Some characters require MP, some require LP, and some require a step back.

xLongshotx has recently posted a useful list for reference here


#3

Why do I keep seeing new topics about the same thing lately??


#4

oh i should of mentioned i know its character specific, but im pretty sure ive seen some decent hakans use lp always, even if its say a juri who requires a mp, i could be wrong though.

edit: just watched a video on it, it turns out they move forward an inch and lp so maybe thats what i was seeing.

edit2: i see why they do the walk forward lp, its is 50 times easier, thats my new setup.


#5

so far only inf4my has attempted to give advice, apparently dontdodat and drew don’t like that people ask for advice on there character…

i guess all the things ive learned from other people on xbl are on this forum, though i looked… I couldn’t find a lot of the things i now know.